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Annual report and accounts 2021/22: A summary

This document provides a summary of some key elements of NHS Resolution’s Annual report and accounts 2021/22. which can be found in full at on our corporate reports page  


Primary Care Appeals – who we are and what we do

NHS Resolution is responsible for ensuring the prompt and fair resolution of appeals and disputes between primary care contractors or those wishing to provide primary care services and NHS England/Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG). Contractors or those wishing to provide primary care services include general practitioners, …


Primary Care Appeals – approach to awarding interest

The purpose of this note is to set out the approach of Primary Care Appeals to the consideration of awarding interest including the guiding principles and process involved.  The approach set out in this note is subject to review and evaluation.


Primary Care Appeals 2020-21 Case stories

In order to facilitate wider learning we highlight the following pharmacy related decisions (where indicated, the full decisions are available on our webpages)

Guidance note

Primary Care Appeals – dispute resolution guidance

This Guidance Note is for general information purposes only. It is not exhaustive but does cover the essential elements needed for parties submitting, or responding to, applications for dispute resolution

Guidance note

Primary Care Appeals – Breach and Remedial Notices guidance note

Breach notices and remedial notices are performance related sanctions resulting from breaches of NHS pharmacists’ terms of service. The terms of service of NHS pharmacists are set out in Schedule 4 of the National Health Service (Pharmaceutical and Local Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2013

Guidance note

Primary Care Appeals – Hearing appeals together

Schedule 3 of the National Health Service (Pharmaceutical and Local Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2013 (the “Regulations”) sets out how appeals of decisions made by NHS England under the Regulations are to be conducted

Guidance note

Guidance note on Premises costs (Current Market Rent) disputes

The aim is to provide information which should be used in conjunction with the Regulations, Directions, Protocol, Determinations and Guidance Note for Parties Involved in Dispute Resolution (see paragraph 11). It is not its function to summarise these documents, which should be referred to before …

Guidance note

Guidance to parties on Premises disputes

On 19 May 2020, NHS Resolution amended the guidance issued to parties involved in PCD cases regarding submissions and evidence in order to facilitate the efficient and effective determination of disputes. The guidance (as detailed below) is set-out in first-step letters to parties seeking submissions.